Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Michael David Moore

Garland Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Saturday, February 15, 1997

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Reflections for Police Officer Michael David Moore

I still miss you every single day Mike.

Patrol - Kelly “Poof” Wilkerson #194
Garland Police Dept. (Ret.)

March 1, 2018

Another year...thoughts and prayers with Sheila and family.

Marc
Cousin

February 15, 2018

Officer Moore,
I was a new police officer in the DFW area when you were murdered. I attended your memorial service and it affected me deeply. I’m still a police officer but now serve in Colorado. We just lost another Deputy last night at the hands of a coward. These acts send me back to remember your bravery at that bank that day. You’re not forgotten.

P. Taylor - Police Officer
Colorado Springs Police

February 6, 2018

It's been 20 years but you've been missed every day.

Marc
Cousin

February 15, 2017

Rest in Peace Officer Moore brother in blue!

Sgt.(Ret) Filiberto X. Carrillo
Dallas Police

February 15, 2017

Hi Mikey,
I was just thinking of you on the anniversary of your senseless
murder.
I really miss you my friend
Blake

Blake Eden Former LEO
Friend

February 15, 2016

Rest in Peace Officer Michael D. Moore. Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice. I Pray for Peace for your Family, Friends and Co-Workers. I also Pray that the hounds of hell forever gnaw at the flesh of your murderers.

Amen

Senior Special Agent B.L. Sherwood
Port Terminal Railroad Police Houston,TX

February 15, 2016

I went by the bank and read the memorial Tuesday. Hope his family is doing OK.

SSGT James Cobb, USA Army Ret.
Citizaen of Garland

October 6, 2015

Never forgotten. Thank you for your service sir.

Cpl Levi Edmonds
Vernon Texas Police Dept

February 15, 2015

Officer Moore, you served the Citizens of Garland, Texas well and completed your assignment. I am honored to just add a bit of my congratulations to your obit and know of a certainty that you have received your just rewards in Heaven. May you rest in peace until we see you again.

J.W. Mayfield, Assistant Chief (Ret)
Garland, TX Police Department

May 16, 2014

David, you made a huge difference in my life and I know God called you up for a reason.

Citizen
An old friend

May 23, 2013

Miss you every day. Hoping all will remember your sacrifice on this day, many years ago now. Not an officer, just your sister. So many years have past but seems like just a moment ago for me. Give Dad a hug for me. Love you! Angela

Angela

February 15, 2013

Hey Mikey. I have been thinking of you the last two days. Sure do miss you...

Blake Eden
Friend/co-worker

February 15, 2013

It's been 15 years David...You will always be remembered...my son was born 3 years later on this date (exact same time you left us)...I tell him he has a very special guardian Angel....

Marc Love
Cousin

February 15, 2012

David,

Remembering you on the 14th anniversary of your untimely passing. Rest in Peace Brother. You will never be forgotten.

Your brothers and sisters in blue,

Garland Police Department

Anonymous

February 15, 2011

David, I think of you often, especially now that my own son
is a police officer. I worked with Sheila, so I heard about you all the time. I remember the day you came into the office carrying Zack and beaming with joy. Little did we know you would have only a short time with your son. You
visited our church when your Mom and Dad came to Texas for a visit--good people. I know Sheila and the kids miss you every day and always will. We know you are not gone, just
away and we will see you again one day in Heaven. You are
not forgotten. Thank you for your service to others.

Sandra Ison
Friend

January 26, 2011

Mad Dog, thx for bringing me to her...I promise to take care of her forever.

Anonymous

February 21, 2010

Your heroism and service is honored today, the anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service.

Rest In Peace and I'll see you on the other side.

Sgt Don "Boots" Jensen

Don P Jensen
Milwaukee Wisconsin Police, Retired

February 15, 2010

I started a new job off of Centerville in Garland recently. I went to the nearby bank for business and saw your memorial. I paused to read it and made a note to look for your name to find more information. How ironic that February 15th is my birthday and I find you here and see that the SOB who did this has been executed.

Officer Moore - Rest in Peace - God Bless your family

Thank you and your Brothers for their service and protection.

Just a citizen in Garland

Kathy
citizen

January 19, 2010

All those years ago; we all stood in the pouring rain, rain streaking down our faces, the cold air, hundred's of police officers standing side by side, at Present Arms....its as if it was yesterday.

The individual responsible for taking you away from your family is taking the long dirt nap and drawing dust and worms. Justice has been served; cold and hard. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

We will hold the TBL for a bit longer and then we will join you as you hold heaven's gates secure. Rest in peace my brother.

Deputy P. Sloan
Brown County Sheriff's Office, Texas

January 16, 2010

JUSTICE HAS BEEN SERVED!!!!!!!!!!!!! RIP in peace officer David Moore.

Detective Lionel Garrett
Inglewood CA. P.D.

January 14, 2010

Well my friend, it has been done. Thirteen years late but your killer has been executed! He can never hurt anyone again. You can now rest in peace...

Blake
Friend

January 8, 2010

Rest in Peace brother. that POS that executed you has been removed from this earth and sent to hell. And even hell is too nice of a place for him. You will never be forgotten...

Sergeant Chris DiToro
NYPD

January 8, 2010

May God continue to bless and comfort the Moore family. Officer Moore will NEVER be forgotten and will FOREVER be a hero. I salute you, Sir!

SGT Mark B. Hanna, Retired
Fayetteville, AR PD

January 7, 2010

HUNTSVILLE, Texas – A man convicted of gunning down a Texas police officer during an attempted bank robbery was put to death Thursday evening in the first execution of the year in the nation's busiest death penalty state.

Kenneth Mosley, 51, was condemned for the February 1997 slaying of David Moore in Dallas.

Mark Drennen
Former Corrections Officer

January 7, 2010

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